Thomas Neale

Date d. 1643?
Biographical NotesThomas Neale was the eldest son of Sir Thomas Neale (d. 1621), of Warnford, Hampshire, one of the auditors of Queen Elizabeth and James I. The younger Neale was admitted to the Middle Temple in 1630, and was the author of 'A treatise of direction how to travell safely and profitably into forraigne countries', published in London in 1643. This work, which was originally written in Latin, is dedicated to the author's brother, William Neale. On 15 September 1632 Neale married Lucy Uvedale of Wickham, Hampshire. Their son - also Thomas Neale (1641–1699) - went on to serve as an MP and master of the mint. See ODNB.
Work(s)Author of A Treatise of Direction, how to Travell Safely and Profitably into Forraigne Countries (1643)